Monday 10, Jan 2022

Software Quality Assurance Engineer and Testing  


Lahore, - Pakistan - Salary Not disclosed

Less than 1 Year Morning Shift Full-Time

Job Details

Information Technology
Career Level:
Experienced (Non-Managerial)
Less than 1 Year
Required Qualification:
Requires Traveling:
Salary Not disclosed
Salary Type:
Per Month
Total Vacancies:
software quality assurancetest scenariostest casestechnical documentationsdlcstlctesting


We are you looking for "Software Quality Assurance Engineer" (Female),

Experience: Fresh to year

Job Description:

• writing test scenarios, test cases as well as in technical documentation

• knowledge of SDLC, STLC, QC, QA process methodologies, tools, Agile/Scrum development process.

• Sound concepts of OOP, Databases along with good requirement engineering skills

• Automated testing knowledge/experience will be advantageous.

• REST Services / REST endpoints

• Knowledge of Postman / Swagger / Insomnia is a plus.


Job Timings: : A.M to : P.M (Monday to Friday)

Location: PIA Housing Society, Main Boulevard, Lahore

Job Specification

PieCyfer is in search of talented and motivated individuals for the post of Software Quality Assurance Engineer and Testing in the field of Information Technology in one of their office located in Lahore - Pakistan. The ideal candidate should have bachelors qualification and atleast less than 1 year of experience. The position require software quality assurance, test scenarios, test cases, technical documentation, sdlc, stlc, testing mandatory skills. This is a Full-Time morning shift job.

About PieCyfer

PieCyfer act as a technology partner for our clients and work in accordance with a co-innovation partnerships approach to make the future of our client's business bright. We leverage our large knowledge base to deliver solutions that meet our clients' needs, business and budget expectations.PieCyfer performs careful research on each given issue and exhorts its clients on how their business development points can be accomplished by the usage of a particular and research-based programming arrangement.